Peng Bi serves as a Medical Epidemiologist with research expertise in environmental epidemiology, ecosystem health, and infectious disease epidemiology. He has wide experience in identifying and managing environmental health problems, especially the impact of climate change on population health and adaptation strategies. His ecology and health approach has been applied to spatio-temporal disease patterns in various ecosystem health situations, and their control and prevention. He has studied the impact of climate variability on vector-borne diseases transmission, enteric infections, heatwaves, and population health emergency response mechanism to heatwaves, and more recently, exploring adaptive strategies for vulnerable groups such as the elderly and outdoor workers to meet the health challenge from heatwaves, and building community resilience to meet the challenges due to climate change.
Biography Updated on 21 June 2012